16 Indoor Plants with Fanciful Cut Foliage

If you like houseplants with different leaves, then here are some interesting Indoor Plants with Fanciful Cut Foliage that you will surely LOVE!

These Indoor Plants with Fanciful Cut Foliage are the perfect way to add character to your rooms with other colorful or patterned houseplants!

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Indoor Plants with Fanciful Cut Foliage

1. Monstera

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Botanical Name: Monstera deliciosa

The large glossy deep green leaves have a distinct cut and perforated, whereas the young foliage is small and uncut. You can grow monstera in water as well.

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2. Stained Glassworks Kiwi Fern

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Botanical Name: Solenostemon scutellarioides ‘Kiwi Fern’

Kiwi fern shows off burgundy and plum narrow ruffled foliage with gold margins and fanciful cut. This variety can tolerate the sun very well.

3. Fruit Salad Plant

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Botanical Name: Monstera ‘Thai Constellation’

This beautiful variety offers large variegated white-green leaves with prominent cuts. The contrasting shades of green with splashes of white are eye-catching!

4. Xanadu

Botanical Name: Thaumatophyllum xanadu

‘Xanadu’ is an evergreen compact shrub with glossy deep green attractive multi-lobed leaves. It prefers full sun to semi-shade.

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5. Krauss’ Spikemoss

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Botanical Name: Selaginella kraussiana

Native to the Azores and eastern Africa, it has elliptical shiny green small leaves with a papery texture on red-brown stringy branched stems. It prefers bright shade and rich, acidic soil.

6. Swiss Cheese Plant

Botanical Name: Monstera adansonii

The beautiful ornamental heart-shaped leaves are artistically pierced and have a vine-like tendency to climb if it finds support. It grows best in indirect light.

7. Tree Philodendron

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Botanical Name: Philodendron selloum

This beautiful Philodendron variety has dark green, glossy, large, and deeply lobed leaves. It grows well in bright indirect light.

Check out our article on growing Philodendron here

8. Snowflake Aralia

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Botanical Name: Trevesia palmata

‘Snowflake Aralia’ has no side branches. The entire plant is crowned with long-stalked 1-2 feet wide deeply lobed, glossy green, and deeply cut leaves.

9. Saw Palmetto Palm

Botanical Name: Serenoa repens

The blue-green leaves of this palm have multiple fine cuts from the upper side. It performs well in bright indoor lights and very easy to maintain.

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10. Angelica

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Botanical Name: Polyscias filicifolia

This shrub has a thick trunk and oval or rounded cut leaves with pointy edges. It is usually used to form bonsai. The plant can grow up to 2-3 feet.

11. Variegated Ming Aralia

Botanical Name: Polyscias fruticosa ‘Variegata’

The compound lobed foliage grows in a light green shade and turns deep green with beautiful white variegation. It can grow up to 6 feet tall with 3 feet spread indoors.

12. Furry Feather

Botanical Name: Calathea rufibarba

Also popular as velvet calathea, the lance-shaped leaves have curved edges and purple undersides on long burgundy stems.

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13. Variegated Monstera

Botanical Name: Monstera borsigiana ‘albo variegata’

‘Albo variegata’ features variegated leaves in bright shades of pure white and deep green with fanciful cuts. It is a great display plant for any room!

14. Spider’s Web

Botanical Name: Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’

The densely patterned white-green leaves possess prominent cuts and its variegation changes according to the season and age of the plant.

15. Needlepoint

Botanical Name: Hedera helix ‘Needlepoint’

‘Needlepoint’ offers fanciful and elegant dark green leaves with 3 or 5 pointed and slender lobes. It looks beautiful in small pots and hanging planters.

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16. Dick’s Pink

 

Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Dick’s Pink’

‘Dick’s Pink’ is a charming succulent with a rosette displaying blue to purple-grey with contrasting red ruffled edges that look appealing!

Check out our article on the best types of Echeveria here

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